Session

Student Life: The Jesus Way

Session date: Tuesday 9th August 2016 Session time: 11:45 am - 12:45 pm Session location: Main Tent Right Session track ,

Universities: centres of academia, cultural hubs of competing ideals and varied lifestyles. Christ has called us to follow Him, and to make disciples of all nations – so what does it mean to live the Jesus way on our University campuses? This seminar seeks to both encourage and equip Christian students to not merely drift through their University experience, but to actively engage with their campus, their studies and their classmates, fulfilling the great commission as they live Student Life: the Jesus way

Session Speakers

Philip Alcorn

Phil studied Maths and Computer Science in Queens University Belfast, where he was actively involved with the campus Christian Union. After graduating, he worked as a software engineer, before joining the staff of IFES Ireland: The Christian Unions. He married Jasmine 2 years ago, and they are living happily in Belfast with their Cocker Spaniel, […]

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James Diffin

James studied church history at Queen’s University, Belfast. He then worked for five years in colleges and universities around Northern Ireland, followed by a year working for the Presbyterian Chaplaincy at Queen’s University.

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